Our Standard spray wrapping package is suited for anyone with a reasonable budget. This package includes the removal of parts including mirrors, handles, lights and trims where required. The removal of parts and trims will ensure a better finish and extend the life of the spray wrap.

All packages start with a matt finish, you then have the option to add a glossifier which adds more of a satin finish to the vehicle. If you are looking for an OEM finish please view our premium and ultra package.

Spray wrapping, also known as spray-on wrap or peelable paint, is a technique used to coat surfaces with a flexible and protective layer of liquid polymer. This process is primarily used for vehicles, but it can also be applied to various other surfaces like furniture, electronics, and even walls.

Here’s an overview of the spray wrapping process:

  1. Surface Preparation: Before applying the spray wrap, the surface must be thoroughly cleaned and dried to ensure proper adhesion. Any dirt, grease, or existing coatings should be removed.
  2. Masking: Areas that you don’t want to be coated, such as windows, lights, and trim, need to be masked off using tape and paper. This ensures that only the intended surface receives the liquid wrap.
  3. Application: Spray wrapping products are typically applied using a spray gun, similar to how paint is applied. The liquid is sprayed evenly onto the surface in several coats to achieve the desired thickness and coverage. It’s essential to apply the liquid wrap evenly to prevent drips and inconsistencies.
  4. Drying/Curing: After the liquid wrap is applied, it needs time to dry and cure. The drying time varies depending on factors such as temperature, humidity, and the specific product used. Some liquid wraps require heat curing to accelerate the drying process.
  5. Finishing: Once the liquid wrap is fully dried and cured, any masking tape and paper are removed. The surface may require additional finishing touches, such as trimming excess material around edges and seams.

Spray wrapping offers several advantages over traditional paint:

  • Removability: One of the key benefits of liquid wrap is that it can be peeled off without damaging the underlying surface. This makes it ideal for temporary color changes or for protecting the original paint of a vehicle.
  • Customization: Liquid wraps are available in a wide range of colors, finishes, and effects, allowing for customization to suit individual preferences.
  • Protection: Liquid wraps provide a protective barrier against UV rays, chemicals, abrasions, and minor impacts, helping to preserve the surface underneath.
  • Cost-Effectiveness: Liquid wrapping can be more cost-effective than traditional painting methods, especially for temporary or experimental finishes.

Spray wrapping offers a diverse range of color options to suit various preferences and applications. Here are some common color options available for spray wrapping:

  1. Solid Colors: These are single-color options that provide a uniform finish. Solid colors can range from classic shades like black, white, and gray to bold and vibrant colors like red, blue, green, and yellow. Solid colors are popular for achieving a clean and timeless look.
  2. Metallic Finishes: Metallic liquid wraps incorporate metallic flakes into the formula, creating a shimmering effect similar to metallic automotive paint. Metallic finishes can add depth and dimension to the surface, offering a more luxurious and eye-catching appearance. Common metallic colors include silver, gold, bronze, and copper.
  3. Pearlescent Finishes: Pearlescent liquid wraps contain pearlescent pigments that create a subtle iridescent effect when viewed from different angles. These finishes often have a soft sheen and can add a touch of elegance and sophistication to the surface. Pearlescent colors can range from delicate pastels to bold jewel tones.
  4. Matte Finishes: Matte liquid wraps have a flat, non-reflective appearance that provides a modern and understated look. Matte finishes are popular for achieving a sleek and stealthy aesthetic, and they can also help to conceal surface imperfections. Matte colors include matte black, matte white, and various muted tones.
  5. Gloss Finishes: Glossy liquid wraps have a shiny and reflective surface that gives a polished and high-end appearance. Gloss finishes are excellent for enhancing color saturation and depth, and they can create a striking visual impact. Gloss colors range from classic gloss black and gloss white to vibrant gloss red, blue, and more.
  6. Custom Colors: Many liquid wrap manufacturers offer custom color-matching services, allowing customers to create their own unique colors. Custom colors can be matched to specific paint codes, color samples, or even digital images, providing endless possibilities for creativity and personalization.
  7. Specialty Finishes: In addition to standard color options, liquid wraps are available in a variety of specialty finishes, such as matte metallic, satin, chrome, camouflage, and color-shifting (chameleon) finishes. These specialty finishes can add intrigue and personality to the surface, making it stand out from the crowd.

Overall, spray wrapping is a versatile and practical solution for enhancing and protecting surfaces, whether it’s for automotive applications or other creative projects.

Using only the best materials from Matt-Pack, you can rest assured your graphics will last for years.

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